A major proposal, due out today, would slash the state income tax and is similar to plans in other states.
Officials think a catchy phrase will help with marketing, but a bad one could do the opposite.
Thursday's event will be broadcast live online and include two panelists on each side of the issue.
Obama says he will try to persuade Congress to end restrictions that have prevented him from previously closing the facility.
J.R. Smith may have altered a series with one poor decision. He certainly forced his midweek plans to change.
Only players in Nevada can participate, but it's seen as the beginning of expanded legal Internet betting in the U.S., along with moves in New Jersey and Delaware.
The $1.2 million cost requires no new appropriation or borrowing.
However, only those who can prove they are at least 15 years old may buy the drug, which prevents pregnancy.
Russian security officials suspected ties between Tsarnaev and a Canadian jihadist, but never shared that information with the U.S.
Departments collected 22,260 pounds of medication dropped off by residents at their local police station or other collection sites.
Maine is among the states that had criticized ISO-New England's $165 million budget request for 2013.
Maine becomes the 13th state to urge a constitutional amendment.
The panel drafting the proposal fails to discuss the more controversial aspects of the contract.
Jason Collins became the first active athlete in major U.S. professional sports to come out as gay on Tuesday.
It would also ban the transportation of horses through Maine to be slaughtered in Canada, but similar bills have failed twice before.
The 90-day review is being carried out by the independent intelligence community inspector general.
After a sensationalistic trial, Knox was acquitted of murdering a student in Italy in 2007, but an Italian court recently overturned her acquittal.
The project will use specialized mice to research cancers with a high risk of relapse.
Democrats say the clarification on federal funding paves the way for expansion in Maine, but LePage officials say it falls short.
Hannah Warren had been unable to breathe, eat, drink or swallow on her own since she was born, but now she will likely lead a normal life.
Katherine Jackson, who is suing a concert promoter over her son's death, leaves the courtroom during the paramedic's testimony.
Orlando Delogu oversaw the organization’s growth from its infancy from 1967 through 1973.
Proponents saw the measure as a way to siphon some coin trade show business away from New Hampshire.
A bipartisan bill that would have cut $200,000 in funding for a Maine screening station fails to make it out of committee.
Proposed changes include increased monitoring and methods to improve habitat.
It also rejects a Democratic bill that would have allowed businesses to bar employees from bringing guns to work.
“We know all too well the myth of ‘It’s only pot.’ Getting high is getting high, and getting high always brings with it a significant price to pay.”
Flames erupted and roared. There were fake screams. The goal? To rescue the plane's passengers within three minutes.
Most of the nine units were still occupied despite city efforts to get people to leave.
At a hearing, they back bills to slow or kill the project, which they say would divert traffic needed to survive.
Police said there were at least 21 other students in the first-period classroom Monday when a student pulled a gun and attempted suicide.
At a White House news conference, the president also defends the FBI in regard to its efforts before the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon two weeks ago.
When finished, phase one of The Forefront will have a 4,500-seat event center, office buildings, a hotel, a sports medicine facility, a parking garage and a restaurant.
Andrea Martin and Tony Shalhoub are both up for awards, which will be presented on June 9.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers warns residents of Brookline and Boston that they may hear loud, gunshot-like booms this week.
The facility that will house the largest telescope in the state could open as early as fall 2014.
The Sarah Mildred Long Bridge replacement project is expected to begin next year and be complete by 2017.
Police say the 23-year-old Ronald Davis stole $670 and portable radios from Titcomb Mountain in March 2012, and took radios from Spruce Mountain in November.
Possible management options include quotas, gear restrictions, seasonal closures or closing the fishery.
The generational change in the House of Orange-Nassau gives the nation of nearly 17 million a moment of celebration as it struggles through a lengthy recession.
The Maine Democrat says it's particularly important for the U.S. to maintain positive relations with Turkey because of the civil war in neighboring Syria.
The bill would make it illegal to ship horses from or through Maine destined for slaughterhouses in Canada.
Adam Horr is credited with saving the life of a 12-year-old who was mauled by two pit bulls Saturday.
Officials are pleased to have the flexibility to pick their provider, but there's uncertainty on cost.
Consumption taxes would rise and Maine income taxes would drop, says a draft of the bipartisan plan.
The court's 8-1 ruling stops an effort by Alabama to revive parts of its 2011 immigration law.
Hefty OSHA fine proposed for Maine pipeline company / Maine's average price of gas drops to $3.50 / ISO New England says grid will meet power demand ... and more news from around the state.
Critics say it's not enough for the food companies to say they are marketing their products with caffeine to adults.
Lawmakers' linking of debt payment and Medicaid expansion could delay repayment of millions owed, a lobbyist says.
As the DEP writes regulations to implement a new law, backers and opponents urge legislators to protect the Maine landscape.
Mayor Michael Brennan urges schools to ignore proposed cuts in state revenue. Others disagree.
The legislators are appraising proposals touching on concealed weapons and expanded background checks.
Bruce Gagnon was one of 31 protesters arrested at Hancock Air Force Base in Syracuse.
Temperatures are predicted to reach the 70s on Tuesday for the first time in nearly seven months.